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The wedding of Ballyporeen -- The cork leg -- The rat-catcher's daughter -- Sheep-skin and bees' wax -- Why did she kick me down stairs -- Wedlock is a ticklish thing -- The beautiful boy -- The cobbler's end -- Giles Scroggins -- Rock the cradle, John -- Shabby genteel -- I saw Esau kissing Kate -- Hickory, dickory, dock -- Little Bo-Peep -- See saw, Margery Daw -- Happy thought -- Ding, dong, bell -- Girls and boys -- What are little boys made of -- Tell John to set the kettle on -- Goosey,... Topics: Humorous songs, Songs, English
This volume contains the following manuscripts described as either an Inaugural Dissertation or an Inaugural Essay presented to the University of Maryland for the Degree of "Doctor of Medicine" or "Doctor of Physic": Arachnitis or Inflammation of the Arachnoid Membrane / by Johnson, Edward 1833; Rheumatism / by Butler, Francis 1834; Bilious Remittent Fever / by Boteler, John T. 1834?; Epilepsy / by Ashton, Charles L. 1834; Apoplexy / by Rowland, William B. 1834; Cholera... Topics: University of Maryland School of Medicine--Dissertations, Doctor of Medicine, Manuscripts
With: Remarks on Dr. Southey's "Vindiciæ ecclesiæ anglicanæ" -- The "enormities of the confessional" / Charles Brigham -- The absurdities of popery -- A general vindication of the remarks on the charge of the Bishop of Durham / John Lingard -- Letter on the facts stated at the late meeting in Sheffield of the British Reformation Society / R.J.G. -- Reply to certain ridiculous challenges / T.M. M'Donnell -- The vicar of St. Mary's, Nottingham, versus the Catholic Church of... Topics: Catholic Church, Catholics -- England
CONTENTS. THE CREED EXPLAINED. Introductory Treatise on Faith. CHAPTER I. Faith, its Definition and Division. 1. Faith, its various meanings. — 2. Its definition as a supernatural virtue.— 3. The virtue of faith resides in the intellect. — 4. It is the first of Supernatural virtues, but not the first grace.— 5. The division of faith. — 6. The difference between divine faith and divine-Catholic faith 1—4 CHAPTER II. The Object and Motive or Faith. 1. — The primary object of faith.... Topics: Catholic Church -- Doctrines, Apostles' Creed, Catholic Church
The Missions And Missionaries Of California: Volume I. Lower California.The Missions And Missionaries Of California: Volume II. Upper California, Part I. General HistoryThe Missions And Missionaries Of California: Volume III. Upper California, Part. II. General HistoryThe Missions And Missionaries Of California: Volume IV. Upper California, Part III. General History [you are here]The Missions And Missionaries Of California: Index To Vols II to IV ----- The Missions And Missionaries Of... Topics: Missions -- California, Catholic Church -- Missions, Missions -- Mexico -- Baja California...
A classic tale of British public school life, by P G Wodehouse. Also known as "Mike At Wrykyn", and originally the first part of a longer work. The second part of the story was later published separately as "Mike And Psmith".This version was first featured as part of the "Brunch With The Brits" podcast, (www.bwtbrits.libsyn.com), and is still available as part of their archives. "Mike And Psmith" was serialised at their website in the early spring... Topics: PG Wodehouse, humour, public school, audiobook
The second of Wodehouse's "Mike" books, in which we meet the extraordinary "Psmith", who spells his name with individual flair with a silent "P". This audiobook was serialised in the "Brunch With The Brits" podcast during the early part of 2014. "Mike - A Public School Story" aka "Mike At Wrykyn, the first Mike story is also available via the BWTB podcast at www.bwtbrits.libsyn.com, or on archive.org... Topics: audiobook, pg wodehouse, public school, comedy